So I have been wanting to build a pc for over 2 years, back then i didn't have much money so I started saving up. My goal was to make a Gaming pc to play triple-A titles 1080p on high settings. I had enough money to buy a pc a couple months ago but I really wanted to use the RX 480 since its newer and stuff. When it came out i instantly bought it but the sad thing is, one month later, it still hasn't been delivered. So now im stuck with integrated graphics sadly.
- More images coming when RX 480 arrives
Best bang for the buck Skylake processor imo, good clock speeds and quad-core
I really didn't need any stuff you get on b150-h170-z170 so H110 was enough and it was way cheaper. But when i started up my pc for the first time there were many issues with the motherboard and it was a pain in the *** to set up. I would suggest spending more money on a better/more expensive motherboard to save time and frustration. + You get more features with better mobo's. It works though
Its ram, it works, 2133Mhz, life-time warranty...
Best bang for the buck SSD with write and read speeds like the more expensive samsung's while being cheaper.
I already had this SSD laying around in my house, I use this SSD for my games and big files. My games pop up very fast with this SSD but it is more expensive then other competitors ( At least in my country ) so I could have saved money but it works and I already had it so...
Very nice case. Its only 50 Euro and it comes with 2 silents 120mm fans. there was enough space for my cables and it also looks sleek. The only thing bad about this case is the dust filter because it can come off very easily.
While being Bronze certified it is still a very solid psu with good parts in it. Its not modulair but I can just hide my cables in my case because i wont see it so no issue there. Also I haven't heard any fan noise.